Naomi Osaka hasn’t played since her Miami Open quarterfinal loss two weeks ago, but her off-court game remains on point. The 23-year-old recently unveiled two big campaigns on her Instagram within days of each other.

The first one, that was released on Sunday, is a Nissan Arriya commercial:


On Wednesday, she posted her latest Louis Vuitton photo ad:


Since winning her maiden major title at the US Open in 2018, Osaka has become one of the highest-earning athletes in the world—joining the ranks of Serena Williams, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, LeBron James, Tiger Woods, Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, and Novak Djokovic.

Her three-year Nissan deal was announced days after her triumph in New York, reported to be the biggest contract the car company had ever signed with female athlete. This past January, she was unveiled as the newest brand ambassador for the ubiquitous French fashion house Louis Vuitton, a seven-figure deal.

Named the highest paid female athlete of 2020 by Forbes, the Japanese star’s business portfolio boasts 16 sponsorship partners that include brands like Nike, Swiss luxury watchmaker Tag Heuer, Mastercard, Workday, Bodyarmor, and Beats.